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15 Red Flags to Look Out For When Buying a House

Raj Kain
Publication date:
January 14, 2022
Article Summary: 

In this article, the author lists fifteen red flags that potential buyers should look out for when purchasing a home. The first three red flags focus on initial impressions, including how long the house has been on the market, if everyone in the neighborhood is selling, and if the house is priced way below market value. The following twelve red flags relate to issues that buyers can observe while viewing the house. These include water stains on the walls and ceilings, newly painted walls, doors and windows that won't close, cracks in the basement, and outdated plumbing, among others. The author stresses that identifying these red flags will help buyers make a worthy investment.


real estate, home buying, red flags, market value, neighborhood, water stains, cracks, outdated plumbing, doors, windows, painted walls, basement, investment.

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Raj Kain
15 Red Flags to Look Out For When Buying a House
January 14, 2022
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